Date archive for June, 2011
By Darius Amos On Thursday, June 30th, 2011
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Knock on wood: Liberty players remain healthy

Though fans might have complained and lost sleep over their team’s early season woes, the Liberty faithful is truly grateful that the injury bug has avoided New York. Knock on wood. Playing more physical than More...

By Matt Kardos On Wednesday, June 29th, 2011

Hard Working Tim Fedroff One Step Closer to Big Leagues

The path that one must follow to chase down their dream is one typically built upon passion, sacrifice and toughness. For Hillsborough, New Jersey native, Tim Fedroff, he has been traveling down that straight and More...

By Aydin Reyhan On Wednesday, June 29th, 2011

Red Bulls Lacking Passion, Heart?

The NY Red Bulls tied 1-1 in Chicago over the weekend in a game in which they scored first. The equalizing goal Chicago scored is solely on NY keeper Bouna Coundoul. Marco Pappa of Chicago curled shot and Bouna More...

By Gregg Snyder On Wednesday, June 29th, 2011

Mets Slam Their Way Over .500

The last time a New York Met hit a grand slam was when Angel Pagan accomplished the feat on August 1, 2009. That’s a 299 game drought. Well, the drought is over. The Mets belted two grand slams, one by Jason More...

By Darius Amos On Tuesday, June 28th, 2011

Cappie Comes to Life for Liberty; Named Player of the Week

After winning just two of their first six games of the season, all appears to be right in Liberty land. A modest two-game winning streak and a .500 record has calmed the fans, many of whom were calling for coach More...

By Darius Amos On Monday, June 27th, 2011

Pondexter, Carson propel Liberty to victory over Sparks

The stars were out this weekend, something not unfamiliar with basketball games in New York and Los Angeles. But the brightest to shine in Newark on Sunday afternoon was none other than Liberty super star Cappie More...

By Gregg Snyder On Monday, June 27th, 2011

Yankees/Brewers: Top Home Run Clubs Battle at Yankee Stadium

If you have tickets in the outfield at Yankee Stadium this week during the three game series between the Yankees and Milwaukee Brewers, bring your glove! The chances of balls reaching you out beyond the outfield More...

By Darius Amos On Sunday, June 26th, 2011

Send Liberty Stars to the Lone Star State

Imagine your favorite Liberty players donning a 10-gallon hat while wearing chaps and spurs. It’s a drastic change from shorts and sneakers, but there’s a chance you might catch Cappie Pondexter and her teammates More...

By Dante Vassallo On Sunday, June 26th, 2011
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Flyers Put Pressure on Rangers; New York’s Surprise Draft Choice

On Thursday June 23rd, the Philadelphia Flyers shook up the hockey world when they signed Ilya Bryzgalov and made two blockbuster trades an hour apart.  The trades sent Jeff Carter and Mike Richards west, in exchange More...

By Ed Devlin On Friday, June 24th, 2011

Thunder Struggling as All-Star Break Approaches

The Trenton Thunder are fast approaching the All-Star break on July 10th . The Thunder are currently on the longest road trip of the year and not doing well. Trenton is currently three  games back of the New Hampshire More...

By Aydin Reyhan On Friday, June 24th, 2011

Red Bulls Keep Fighting While Shorthanded

While many people put their minds and hearts on the Sports of New York such as Basketball, Hockey, and Baseball, others are entertained by a sport that is still growing in this nation—soccer. In Europe it is the More...

By Elizabeth DiPietro On Friday, June 24th, 2011

Yanks Trade for Reyes? No Way Jose, Says Cashman

Don’t worry, Mets fans: Jose Reyes isn’t making the transfer from the 7 train to the 4 train, according to Yankees general manager Brian Cashman.  In fact, Cashman claims there is no reason for Yankee fans More...